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  1. The Man Who Once Played Catch with Nellie Fox: A Novel by John Manderino MANDERINO, 2009-11-28
  2. Little Nel - The Nellie Fox Story: An Up-Close & Personal Look at Baseball's "Mighty Mite" by David Gough, Jim Bard, 2000-07
  3. Pennant-race fever: spreads among fans of wild card teams.(Warm Up Tosses): An article from: Baseball Digest by John Kuenster, 2006-10-01

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4. Player Profile - Nellie Fox
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5. The Astros Daily - In Memory Of Nellie Fox
In Memory of Nellie Fox. Nellie Fox, Baseball Star, Dead at 47 The New York Times December 2, 1975
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BALTIMORE, Dec. 1 (AP) Nellie Fox , former second baseman for the Chicago White Sox, who was the American League's most valuable player in 1959, died today at University Hospital. He was 47 years old and lived in St. Thomas, Pa. Mr. Fox entered the hospital in mid-October suffering from widespread skin cancer. Epitome of Hustle
By Deane McGowen He was christened Jacob Nelson Fox, but to his major-league teammates and to thousands of baseball fans he was Nellie, a strange nickname for one of baseball's tough guys. Like Pete Rose of the Cincinnati Reds, Nellie Fox was the epitome of "hustle." Hustle was the chief reason Nellie Fox became a successful ballplayer. He was irreverent, too. The late Casey Stengel, then managing the New York Yankees, said of Fox: "That little feller, he ain't so big, but he's all fire. He's caused me more grief than any other player on the White Sox." Stengel related one story as a case in point. In a game between the Yankees and Chicago, a close play at second base brought Stengel running from the dugout. As Stengel arrived to give the umpire a piece of his mind, Fox snapped, "What're you doing out here? Gonna tell us a couple of your funny jokes?" The ebullient Stengel was silenced. Some Distinguishing Things Fox's trademarks in baseball were a giant-sized chew of tobacco jutting from his jaw, and his bottle-sized bat and his ability to get a piece of the ball at the plate.

6. Nellie Fox - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Fox, Nellie Alternative names Short description Date of birth December 25, 1927 Place of birth St. Thomas Township, Pennsylvania Date of death December 1, 1975
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Batted: Left Threw: MLB debut Last MLB appearance Career statistics Batting average Hits Runs batted in Teams Career highlights and awards Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Jacob Nelson Fox (December 25, 1927 – December 1, 1975) was a Major League Baseball second baseman for the Chicago White Sox . Fox was born in St. Thomas Township, Pennsylvania . He was selected as the MVP of the American League in . He was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1997.
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Fox began his career with the Philadelphia Athletics in , though he was never a full-time starter during his three seasons with the team. Traded to the White Sox October 29, , Fox's career took off. He spent 14 seasons with Chicago, making 10

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9. Fox, Nellie | Baseball Hall Of Fame
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10. Earle Rexford Fox & Nellie Agnes Blake
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11. Fox, Nellie -- Kids Encyclopedia | Online Encyclopedia | Kids Online Dictionary
Fox, Nellie (192775), U.S. baseball player. The second baseman who wore the number 2 for the Chicago White Sox fell two votes short of election to the Baseball Hall of Fame in
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Jacob Nelson "Nellie" Fox December 25 December 1 ) was a Major League Baseball second baseman for the Chicago White Sox and is a member of the Baseball Hall of Fame . Fox is best known for the White Sox's World Series season, when he was selected as the MVP of the American League Fox was born in St. Thomas Township, Pennsylvania . In his career he played with the Philadelphia Athletics (1947-49), the White Sox (1950-63), and the Houston Colt .45s and Astros . He was traded by the Athletics to Chicago on October 29 . With the White Sox, Fox worked alongside shortstops like Venezuelans Chico Carrasquel (1950-55) and hall-of-famer Luis Aparicio (1956-62), and was, year after year, a member of the strongest infield in the League. Standing at only 5'9", Fox only hit 35 home runs in his career. In 1959, he batted .306 and reached base .380 of the time. Although not known as a great hitter (lifetime .288 batting average ), he composed six above .300 seasons. He also led the league in singles for seven straight years. Fox was not selected to the Hall of Fame in his initial period of eligibility. In his final opportunity, in 1985, he gained 74.6 percent of the vote when 75 percent was required for election by the Baseball Writers Association of America . However, the longtime disappointment of his admirers was finally relieved in

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15. Facts About Fox, Nellie, As Discussed In Britannica Compton's Encyclopedia Fox,
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    (1927–75), U.S. baseball player. The second baseman who wore the number 2 for the Chicago White Sox fell two votes short of election to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1985. Twelve years later Nellie Fox finally joined the honorees at Cooperstown, N.Y., half a century after his first major league game. Get Random Facts Britannica Content: Other Britannica sites:
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16. Nellie Fox Signed, Inscribed ONL Ball
Gloveman extraordinaire and consummate lead-off hitter, Nellie Fox, graciously Nellie Fox Nellie Fox, 1964, Ball, Baseball, Signed
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17. Q & A With Rob Nelson
So one of my favorite players was Nellie Fox. Nellie always had the big chewing tobacco thing. I had the log of Bazooka (bubble gum) and it was so hard, if I had an 11 a.m. Little
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